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    Default What sporting activities do you do with your 2.5 -3 year old?

    HELP.. i have a super active 2.5 year old, it seems he is too young to do any sports, the entry age for most things is 3.5 - 5 yrs old.
    everyday he tells me he wants to pay football, basketball, tennis. and im struggling to fill my week with playdates and playgroup as most the people i know have their kids in daycare at least 2 times a week.
    The poor kid is desperate to hang out with other kids his age and do things
    so PLEASE give me some ideas, we already do swimming but that only takes up one morning!

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    There is soccer for toddlers, but I can't remember the name. I looked into it once, and I think the closest was west end.

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    Where are you? Ready, steady, go have classes from 2.5 years.

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    I think it's called little kickers.

    I googled toddler soccer Brisbane and got another site with a list of toddler sports, but probably can't post the link as it's a similar site to bh.

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    What about Soccer joeys?? Or Gymnastics? Or take him to indoor playlands, lots of other kids and will use up lots of energy!

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    kinder gym!?

    or most pcycs or YMCAs run toddler programs

    little athletics starts from 3 or 4 but that's a bit of a while off for you




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    Quote Originally Posted by gggmama View Post
    What about Soccer joeys?? Or Gymnastics? Or take him to indoor playlands, lots of other kids and will use up lots of energy!
    indoor playlands are my idea of hell, 2 toddlers running in oposite directions! haha

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    Well kinda gym was no fun at all thanks for the tips though

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    Little Athletics - starts at 3 tho so depends when he turns 3 I guess!
    Softball / T-Ball
    Boys dance lessons - I've seen 'hip hop' style dance classes for young boys advertised

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximum22 View Post
    Well kinda gym was no fun at all thanks for the tips though
    Where is kinder gym in Brisbane?


 

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